Friday, October 2, 2009

Asian Spice

Last date I was here: 10/2/2009

Restaurant: Asian Spice (

Location: Chinatown

Total Rating: 4.05
Food: 4, Price: 4, Service: 3, Ambience: 5, Accessibility: 5

Summary: This Asian fusion restaurant in Chinatown is fairly new and offers delicious spicy twists on classic Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Thai dishes. Very clean and modern d├ęcor, the large dining area is split on two levels. A great spot for groups and happy hour gatherings. Closest Metro is Gallery Place-Chinatown.

Went for dinner on a Friday night and the restaurant was already buzzing. Service was a little slow and confusing since there were several waiters just standing on the sidelines chatting while there were several tables sitting for a while with their menus down. We saw several items that looked interesting and I was very excited to see some authentic Asian dishes that you don’t normally see at trendy restaurants. They also had some interesting selections of sake and other fun cocktails. Our food was very fresh and tasty – a little on the tame side in terms but nevertheless very good. I would eat at Asian Spice again.

What I ate:

Roll Combination
Spicy tuna roll, Crunchy Shrimp roll, California roll

Drunken Noodles
Soba noodles with clams, tomatoes, basil, red bell peppers and a spicy sake sauce
Plus Keith ate:

Tom Ka Gai
Spicy Thai coconut soup with lemon grass, chicken, mushrooms

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Mickey,

    Thanks for your review. Your post is featured on Asian Spice's Restaurant page:

    Pls let me know if this is ok.


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